Teutsch, David A. (ed). Kol Haneshamah: Shirim Uvrahot: Songs
and Blessings. The Reconstructionist Press, 1991. Jewish
Reconstructionist Federation; 2000. Hardcover. ISBN 0-935457-44-5. [Songs,
Blessing and Rituals For the Home -- includes music; also available is an audio
tape to accompany the book.]
Teutsch, David A. (ed). Kol Haneshamah: Shabbat Vehagim. The
Reconstructionist Press, 1994. Jewish Reconstructionist Federation; 1996.
Hardcover. 3rd ed. ISBN 0-935457-46-1. [Sabbath and Holidays Prayerbook;
includes a revised version of the Erev Shabbat book]
Teutsch, David A. (ed). Kol Haneshamah: Limot Hol (Daily Prayer
Book). The Reconstructionist Press, Wyncote, Pennsylvania, 1996. pages
Jewish Reconstructionist Federation; 2000. Reprint edition. ISBN 0-935457-47-X.
[Contains readings for use in a house of mourning and throughout the year]
Federation of Reconstructionist Congregations and Havurot. Kol
Haneshamah: Nashir Uneverah. Enlarged Second Edition. The
Reconstructionist Press, Wyncote PA, 1993. [Songs and Grace After Meals --
words, but not music]
Teutsch, David (ed); Rosenberg, Joel (trans). Kol Haneshamah:
Mahzor Leyamim Nora'Im. Jewish Reconstructionist Federation; 2000.
Hardcover. ISBN 0-935457-48-8.
Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation. Festival Prayer
Book. Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation, New York. 1958. Out of Print.
Kaplan, Mordecai M. (ed); Kohn, Eugene (ed); Eisenstein, Ira;
Gerirtz, Gila (ed). Hagadah Shel Pesah: The New American Haggadah
Behrman House; 1999. Paperback. Revised edition. ISBN 0-874416-75-2.
Levitt, Joy (Editor), Strassfeld, Michael (Editor). A Night of
Questions: A Passover Haggadah Jewish Reconstructionist Federation;
Illustrated edition (February 22, 2000). ISBN: 0935457496.
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